Département de Vaucluse http://www.vaucluse.fr
The Département anticipates the daily needs of the people of Vaucluse and is setting the scene for a balanced area development. Find out about the Institution, the Assembly and elected officials.
Ville de Carpentras http://www.carpentras.fr
Carpentras enjoys an exceptional location. At the foot of the 'Giant of Provence', the city is half way between Avignon and Orange. With 30,360 inhabitants, its growing demographics makes it the second city of Vaucluse. Carpentras is the capital of the Comtat Venaissin, and is part of its Urban Community. The artistic and historic city has always fascinated its visitors with its historical monuments and narrow streets full of memories. The economy of the Carpentras area – historically based on agricultural production and processing – has maintained its industry whilst developing tertiary activities. A key city with 1/3 of the area's activities, Carpentras has strong individual entrepreneurship. The city is growing more and more attractive. Major structure projects have been devised to give new life to Carpentras and make it an active city: the 'Coulée Verte', the transfer of the Inguimbertine museum-library to Hôtel Dieu, the development of the cycle path network, the reopening of the Avignon-Carpentras railway line, and the National Programme for the Redevelopment of Run-Down Districts.
Union Départementale des Offices de Tourisme https://www.facebook.com/udotsivaucluse
The Departmental Association of Tourist Offices (UDOTSI in French) is federating and professionalising its network. As a technical expert, it offers:
- recognized leadership and collective dynamics
- professionalisation efforts with pooling of tools and ideas: digital aspect, wine tourism, quality
- expertise: categorising, reception monitoring, disabled tourists, land structure...
- all-level representation.
Inter-Rhône http://www.vins-rhone.com/
Inter Rhône gathers wine-growing and trade professionals of the Rhone Valley. It coordinates the promotional, economic and technical activities of AOC Côtes du Rhône wines (regional, villages or Crus), Costières de Nîmes, Luberon, Ventoux, Grignan les Adhémar, Côte du Vivarais wines and Muscat de Beaumes de Venise and Rasteau natural sweet wines. The organisation has three basic principles: representing professional families, maintaining trade-production balance and reaching unanimity in major decisions. Inter Rhône undertakes to help its members to better promote local wines in France and in more than 15 European, Asian and North American markets.
Agence Départementale de Développement Vaucluse Tourisme http://www.provenceguide.com
Vaucluse Tourisme: book your stay and check the calendar of outings and tours in Provence....
Vinchaisnous.fr: plan your vineyard holiday in the Rhone Valley, Luberon and Mont-Ventoux, visit cellars, stay at the winery or attend wine-tasting workshops.